Workshop #2 of the 3 Part Series
Across Nova Scotia, neighborhoods are becoming more diverse. New cultures, values, ways of learning and knowing, and perspectives about inclusive programming is influencing the roles and responsibilities of early learning professionals. Early learning professionals are confronted with new questions, challenges, and decisions about how to create inclusive environments that support the diversity among children and their families. This three part series will examine strategies to support early learning professionals in advancing their inclusive practices into their program philosophy, environmental designs and practices. Participants will engage in critically reflecting upon their own assumptions, cultural beliefs and values, which influence how inclusion, diversity and equity is applied in early learning programs.
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